“Korakrit’s Life/Cycle”, held throughout the exhibition “Korakrit Arunanondchai: 2558″ at UCCA, puts Korakrit’s works in conversation with those of films which have inspired him, allowing audiences to explore the connections on which much of his work is based. Hope to discuss the eternal themes: life, time, cycle, and identity by the screenings of these films which related to Korakrit’s work.
RMB 20 / Adult
RMB 10 / UCCA Member
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Directed by Yukihiko Tsutsumi, Memories of Tomorrow follows Masayuki Saeki a once soaring executive on downward a spiral of anger and despair brought on by his Alzheimer’s diagnosis. His wife and daughter face heartbreaking dilemmas that rent their family asunder. As in Korakrit’s practice, this film focuses on the integral role of memory plays in the building of identity.
Memories of Tomorrow
Director: Yukihiko Tsutsumi
Screenplay: Hakaru Sunamoto
Starring: Ken Watanabe, Kanako Higuchi
Release Date: 2006.5.13
Runtime: 122 min.
- Japanese with Chinese subtitles
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